Hi and thanks for the query,
Other considerations are requires to take a decision to induce or not, and this could not be an absolute indication. The fact that you have been on anti biotherapy shall require that the presence of infection be evaluated, and that clinical signs of endometritis
(uterine), which are actually absent in your case, be considered. This are actually indirect clinical measures of threats to infecting the fetus and possibility of causing of premature labour.
If the results of the obstetric ultrasound
are normal and there are absence of the signs of urinary tract infection
, there would actually be no need to induce. If you still continue being seriously in pain, or there is a risk on the baby depending on given clinical and paraclinical criteria, the physician might decide to induce. However, induction in this case under appropriate medical supervision is very safe since the fetus is already greater than 34 weeks.
I suggest a clinical evaluation is required, but there is no need to panic. generally, after birth, symptoms greatly improve.
thanks and best regards,